Civil Service Annuity Payments to Justices and Judges of the United States: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Retirement and Employee Benefits of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 11738 ... March 2, 4, and 11, 1976

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - Civil service - 100 pages
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Page 44 - Fourth, If none of the above, to the parents of such judge or the survivor of them; Fifth, if none of the above, to the duly appointed executor or administrator of the estate of such...
Page 80 - USC 881 et seq.) is amended by adding 5 at the end thereof the following new section: 6 "BASIC EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS 7 "SEC.
Page 84 - ... the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Supreme Court Building, Washington, DC 20544.
Page 10 - ... do not want to be put in the position of having to bring any kind of action against our Government to protect a right that we have attained.
Page 11 - ... the President or declared by Congress and before his final separation from service as Member; and (2) may not receive credit for military service for which credit is allowed for purpose of retired pay under other statute. (e) This subchapter does not affect the right of an employee or Member to retired pay, pension, or compensation in addition to an annuity payable under this subchapter.
Page 37 - You have requested ny opinion whether an agency can lawfully permit its employees to continue work after the expiration of the agency's appropriation for the prior fiscal year and prior to any appropriation for the current fiscal year. The Comptroller General, in a March 3. 1980 opinion, concluded...
Page 33 - Any justice or judge of the United States appointed to hold office during good behavior may retain his office but retire from regular active service after attaining the age of seventy years and after serving at least ten years continuously or otherwise, or after attaining the age of sixty-five years and after serving at least fifteen years continuously or otherwise.
Page 70 - ... willing and able to undertake. Without the work of the present senior judges, our Federal judicial system would be overwhelmed by its caseload. By providing for retirement after 20 years of service regardless of age, those judges who could take senior judge status under the amendment would be under...
Page 8 - ... stood up against the slave laws, the abolitionists, by and large practiced civil disobedience. So I think these students are in good company, and they feel that by practicing civil disobedience they are in line with men and women through the ages who have stood up for something that is morally right. Now there are one or two other things that I want to say...
Page 71 - ... statutory prohibition in a particular case against the payment of retirement annuity to a person reemployed by, and receiving salary from, the Federal Government, dual payment of retirement annuity and salary is inconsistent with the basic policies regarding such dual payment expressed in civilian retirement legislation and is without authority of law.

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